Welcome to Royston Tennis Club
Royston Tennis Club is a friendly local club that is committed to making tennis available to all ages, abilities and social groups in and around the Royston area.
It aims to maintain competitive, team and tournament level play in singles and doubles, but also to provide a strong "turn up and play" atmosphere throughout the year.
The club places great emphasis on junior tennis and promotes the mini tennis system of red orange and green enabling players to develop their full potential through performance coaching by our CCA performance qualified coach. The club enters teams into the Cambridgeshire LTA League (adults) & Hertfordshire LTA League (juniors) all year round.
The club has 6 x Floodlit Macadam Courts
Access to the Heath Sports Centre with restaurant, bar, WC and changing rooms.
The vets matches & results can be followed on the Fixtures & Results page. Captains please remember to copy Kath Betts in with your scores & any pictures you may have for the press releases.
WIMBLEDON TICKET DRAW
This year's draw will be run entirely by the LTA who will randomly pick Royston Tennis club BTM members from the current list to receive the 13 pairs of tickets we have been awarded. The draw starts on Saturday 15th. If you want to be included make sure you have a BTM number by Friday 14th March. Check your LTA members area to ensure your contact details are up to date. The LTA will email you direct if you are successful and you have 14 days to accept, pay for the tickets online or decline. Declined tickets will be allocated to another RTC BTM member. Good Luck
ROYSTON SUPPORTERS 100 CLUB - new year starts APRIL 1ST
There are still numbers available for this club fundraiser. Numbers are £12 each per year and are entered into a monthly £25 draw and an additional quarterly £50 draw. You can have as many numbers as you like & it is open to non members. Check with Christine Knight or Karin Lambert for numbers remaining & details of how to pay.
The March £25 winner was Caroline McCormick and the £50 winner was Helen Hastings.
You have to be in it to win it